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Great-value teaching resources + free samples


Dear fellow guitar teachers,

First off - it was only after reading Nick's book that I decided to become a guitar teacher - thanks Nick!

I want you to know about a series of guitar worksheets that I have been working on and am now selling via my website. When teaching guitar I found that a set of student worksheets from which to pick and choose offered me more flexibility than simply going through a syllabus or other book page by page, or at least they could be used to add some variety to that approach.

The worksheets come as a folder of PDF documents, meaning that you can print them out as many times as you like without suffering any loss of print quality, unlike book based resources.

There are three great-value packs of worksheets for you to choose from:

Beginner Pack: 30 worksheets for just £[sign in to see URL]

Intermediate & Advanced Pack: 27 worksheets for just £[sign in to see URL]

All-levels Bumper Pack: All 57 worksheets for just £[sign in to see URL] (£[sign in to see URL] cheaper than buying separately)


That works out at a mere 50p or less per worksheet. When you think that many of these worksheets will provide you with at least one lesson's worth of material, multiplied by many students, you can see that they will pay for themselves incredibly quickly!

I have attached two samples to give you an idea of what they are like - do feel free to save and use them.

If you would like to know more, please visit [sign in to see URL] where you can also click to order. Payment is via PayPal and I will email you with your PDFs within 24 hours. If you have any questions after reading the webpage, do get back to me and I'll be happy to try and help.

Please pass this message on to any other guitar teachers or adult students who you feel may be interested.

Thanks,

Phil Blows.
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